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Gnment (with e-value less than 1E-20). Thirteen of the missed candidates fall into four MEROPS families, C14 (caspase family), C50 (separase family), C54 (Aut2 peptidase family) and C65 (otubain-1 family). To test if this resulted from insufficient sampling of the MEROPS sequences - the training sequences sampled from these four families do not represent the sequence diversity in the family well w
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Gnment (with e-value less than 1E-20). Thirteen of the missed candidates fall into four MEROPS families, C14 (caspase family), C50 (separase family), C54 (Aut2 peptidase family) and C65 (otubain-1 family). To test if this resulted from insufficient sampling of the MEROPS sequences - the training sequences sampled from these four families do not represent the sequence diversity in the family well w
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Gnment (with e-value less than 1E-20). Thirteen of the missed candidates fall into four MEROPS families, C14 (caspase family), C50 (separase family), C54 (Aut2 peptidase family) and C65 (otubain-1 family). To test if this resulted from insufficient sampling of the MEROPS sequences - the training sequences sampled from these four families do not represent the sequence diversity in the family well w
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Gnment (with e-value less than 1E-20). Thirteen of the missed candidates fall into four MEROPS families, C14 (caspase family), C50 (separase family), C54 (Aut2 peptidase family) and C65 (otubain-1 family). To test if this resulted from insufficient sampling of the MEROPS sequences - the training sequences sampled from these four families do not represent the sequence diversity in the family well w
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Gnment (with e-value less than 1E-20). Thirteen of the missed candidates fall into four MEROPS families, C14 (caspase family), C50 (separase family), C54 (Aut2 peptidase family) and C65 (otubain-1 family). To test if this resulted from insufficient sampling of the MEROPS sequences - the training sequences sampled from these four families do not represent the sequence diversity in the family well w
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D alignment. In Figure 1, we show the plotting of the number of detected true positives given a certain number of false positives (up to 50). This plotting of sensitivity and specificity is commonly used to measure classification performance of remote homology detection in benchmark experiments (Jaakkola, Diekhans, and Haussler 2000;Liao and Noble 2003;Leslie et al. 2004;Kuang et al. 2005;Rangwala
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E and protease family were predicted in accordance with the MEROPS classification system, and the enzyme was named in accordance with the SWISSPROT peptidase nomenclature (http://www.expasy.ch/cgi-bin/lists?peptidas.txt) and the literature. A Gene Ontology (GO) analysis was performed to predict the biological function, cellular process, and cellular location of the putative proteases (Ashburner et
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E and protease family were predicted in accordance with the MEROPS classification system, and the enzyme was named in accordance with the SWISSPROT peptidase nomenclature (http://www.expasy.ch/cgi-bin/lists?peptidas.txt) and the literature. A Gene Ontology (GO) analysis was performed to predict the biological function, cellular process, and cellular location of the putative proteases (Ashburner et